This little incident happened just the other day.
It was Sunday, so I was not in work mode at all. In fact I was watching my son trial for a Sydney Representative cricket team, and my mind was on him bowling fast and batting straight.
On the side of the field, the mums and dads congregated, and the usual banter was flying fast and furious, when one of the guys turned to me and said,
“I thought of you this week.”
The dad in question is well known to me. We have sat…Continue
This can sound like a cliché but it’s never going to be more important than in the next few years.
Recruiters must build relationships. Real ones.
So many of the people who lost their jobs in our industry over the past 2 years did so because their relationship with clients and talent were superficial or non-existent. They had become technology driven, resume shuffling drones who competed on speed and price alone.
Now, the core competence of every recruiter is the ability…Continue
Added by Greg Savage on April 21, 2011 at 12:23am — No Comments
I love being a recruiter.
Seriously, I think it’s the best job in the world.
Yet 80% of people who enter this industry, fail in the first 2 years, leave, and are never sighted again.
And it’s true, it is tough being a recruiter. And I believe in the modern era it’s getting even harder. During the downturn it got even worse. We all worked harder and harder, and earned less and less.
On top of that, our customers seem to resent us more than ever, as can be…Continue